Oleg Supereco was born in Moscow in 1974. As a child he fell in love with classical art and painting: he was particularly impressed by the faces of the icons and by the Italian Renaissance Masters (above all Michelangelo and Raphael). After attending Art High School, he enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Moscow, where he attended the master course of Ilya Glasunov and graduated in 1999. Thanks to the scholarship, the same year he arrived in Italy where he enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice and in 2004 he graduated with honors again.
His works are inspired by a classic and symbolic realism, where an evident hieraticity emerges that refers to a synthesis of the oriental tradition with the western one. The favorite subjects are the scenes of sacred inspiration, portraits and landscapes of Russia and Italy, in particular of Venice. He has numerous solo and group exhibitions in Italy and Russia and he is present in catalogs and contemporary art magazines.